Following another successful Champions League outing in Seville, Arsenal will make their Premier League return on Saturday afternoon when bottom dwellers Sheffield United visit the Emirates.
The Blades lost 2-1 to Manchester United in the Premier League last weekend, while Mikel Arteta’s team defeated Sevilla 2-1 in their most recent match in Europe.
Due to a dreadful performance at Stamford Bridge, Arsenal squandered the opportunity to put Manchester City at bay and draw even with Tottenham going into gameweek 10 of the Premier League season. As a result, they are currently in third place.
However, thanks to yet another comeback in the second half, Arsenal remain unbeaten in the current top-flight campaign—only Tottenham can make that claim—and have scored in all games this season.
Last weekend, when Manchester United, who have been poor this season, came to Bramall Lane, Sheffield United put up an incredible performance.
But they suffered another loss as a result of a late Diogo Dalot strike that wrecked them.
Sheffield continue to chase a first Premier League this season following their return.